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Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
A guide to resources for the study of gender and sexuality at Augsburg.
Published in 2016, "This book explores how stereotypes of 'oppressed Muslim women' feed into the self-representations of women with a Muslim background. The focus is on women active in, and speaking on behalf of, a wide variety of minority self-organisations in the Netherlands and Norway between 1975 and 2010."
Published in 2006, "this landmark collection of newly commissioned essays explores how diverse women of African descent have practiced religion as part of the work of their ordinary and sometimes extraordinary lives."
Religion and philosophy are close cousins. This respected database provides author-written abstracts of scholarly material drawn from nearly 500,000 resources (including 550 journals) going back to 1940: journal articles, books, book chapters, and book reviews.